Paper Lantern Frog

This Paper Lantern Frog craft is a great way to decorate for spring or when you want to craft with your kids!

This craft is ideal for any child who loves crafts and can’t wait for spring to arrive.

Frog paper lantern

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Have you seen our Spring Craft Collection? Check out the 3D Frog Lifecycle Craft or make a paper frog puppet.

Once you know how to make this paper lantern frog, you will be very excited to make several lanterns like this.

This is a great craft for a large group or an individual craft!

Now you can step into spring with this amazing frog!

How to make a paper lantern frog

What you need:

Step-by-step instructions

Print out the frog lantern template.

If your child enjoys coloring frogs, make sure you print out the black and white frog template.

You can print out a “colored” version of the frog template.

Fold the lined part in half. Your child may need a little help with this part, and that’s okay!

Once folded in half, you can cut along each line. Make sure you don’t cut across the unbroken line!

Take the glue and apply it.

Place the lines you cut earlier and glue the entire piece of paper onto the frog’s belly.

Add glue on the side.

It would be best if you fold the piece of paper in a circle.

Take the frog legs and fold them accordion style.

Make sure you fold both of the frog’s legs like an accordion.

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Now you will want to glue the top.

It’s time to glue the arms onto the frog.

The final appearance of the frog will look like this below!

This frog is so fun for kids!

They can bounce frog legs and sing frog songs!

Paper lantern frog

Get your frog paper lantern template here

Frog paper lantern model

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